As President Biden makes the case for his re-election, one major hurdle he faces is easing voters’ concerns about the economy. During a speech on Wednesday, the president touted “Bidenomics” by pointing to various projects and investments in an attempt to convince Americans that his policies are working. A FOX News Poll this week reflected the nation’s skepticism, finding that 60% of Americans disapprove of President Biden’s handling of the economy. Chairman and CEO of UBS Americas and Founder of 32 Advisors Robert Wolf describes how President Biden’s economic messaging is resonating with voters and what challenges the administration faces. Later, he explains what more the president must do in order to execute his economic legislative wins.

As the Supreme Court leaves the bench for its summer recess, major rulings have caused yet again another uproar amongst American citizens after reversing affirmative action which put an end to race-conscious college admissions. Additionally, the Justices ruled 6-3 in favor of a Christian web designer who refused to design same-sex wedding websites as well as striking down the Biden Administration’s student loan forgiveness plan. Vice President of Domestic Policy and The Joseph C. and Elizabeth A. Anderlik Fellow at the Heritage Foundation Roger Severino shares his perspective on the Court’s decisions and why he believes they got it right this time.